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: i'm melissa francis and here's what's "money" tonit. is the gop preparing to cave on ta hikes? mitt romney's former top economic advisor says, hey, guess what, it is time to give in. is this the only way to get a deal on the fiscal cliff? onerepublican lawmaker is here to react. >>> tesla's car wins car of the year. there is rough road ahead for thelectric car industry. i will talk about it wi tesla founder and ceo, elon musk. >>> drugs guns and murder. the creator of mcafee anti-virus software is on the run in central america. thpl thickens by the minute. we have all the illicit details. even when they say it's not its always about money melissa: all right. first let's take a look at the day's market headlines. stocks swayed between positive and negative territory. retailers helped fuel a modest rally e early on but fiscal cliff and european debt crisis fears ultimately ate away at the gains. those problems haven't gone away. that isig shocker. dow closed down 58 points. >>> head of microsoft's windows software unit suddenly announced he was leaving the company. thiss just two week
. there will be things are going to happen but nothing should take anybody by surprise. the big money guys are still way behind the market, a forest of september, october. also betting on romney. every right wing republican said no, no. statistically it wasn't going to happen. but we needed a correction, we are getting a correction. into december, the fiscal cliff, remember charlie brown and lucy? this is charlie brown and lucy. when the football away, will come down to the 11th hour. they will do the down payment, there will be the down payment which we will agree to disagree on this, 10%. at the end of the day, i have many people telling me about her is working groups already putting together, they know what it will be. liz: either way they have to, they are paid to invest. they're paid to, so i have to by year-end in some kind of investment with their clients money. >> 80% of the hedge funds are below the index fund, so the people getting paid nothing or 20 basis points per year, take 20%. liz: so all of those you are paying and they aren't even matching the s&p 500. >> and we understand we have this
will not get money because they did not spend the night in the hospital. some are upset by the move. >> romney commenting on why he thinks president obama won the election. he spoke to his top donors and said the president won because of gifts he had already provided to blacks, hispanics and young voters. >> >> he added the gifts add up to trillions of dollars. >> if you think gas costs too much here, you want to avoid a station in florida. >> a shell gas station selling regular gas for $6.44 a gallon. some say they do not know how it stays a denture business. they do not know why they have not been find it. they are not in a state of emergency, so they can charge whatever they want. in the meantime they may want to investigate those paying prices to fill up their tank. >> i assure you they have company credit cards. 5:50 right now. some are recycling black friday deals from last year. >> your personal e-mail not as private as you might think. >> the petraeus scandal has some wondering what to individual privacy some of us have. if the cia director cannot keep people from looking into his priv
and general election. that took limits off. president obama and mitt romney racing record amounts of money themselves -- raising record amounts of money themselves. seems like the height of irony. if the money would have been spent on some other purpose, what might have happened. host: how much each candidate spent. that is just the two candidates. guest: the final accounting is not in yet. host: there is another story from "time business." $6 billion invested in this economy. did we see a boost in the sluggish economy? guest: christmas in september for the television stations in some of battleground states. stations were cutting back on programming so they could fit in all the advertising. we have tried to get a handle on the tv ads and have created a database which pulls in the advertising that is not registered at the federal communications commission. it is the top 50 markets. we are trying to pull that together and have asked volunteers to go to some of the uncovered markets and help us collect the other advertising. there are these concentrated pockets of spending in these communitie
the u.n. ambassador and to besmirch her reputation is outrageous. gwen: and mitt romney stirs intraparty recrimination with this post-election analysis. >> it's a proven political strategy, which is give a bunch of money from the government to a group and, guess what, they'll vote for you. the giving away free stuff is a hard thing to compete with. >> we need to stop being the dumb party. we don't win elections by insulting voters. gwen: it's the circle of political life. covering the week, david wessel of the "wall street journal," helene cooper of the "new york times." martha raddatz of abc news, and charles babington of the "associated press." >> award winning reporting and analysis covering history as it happens. live from our nation's capital, this is "washington week" with gwen ifill, produced in association with "national journal." corporate funding for "washington week" is provided by -- ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> wherever it goes, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern, one line, infinite possibilities. >> we know why we're here. to connect our forces to what they need when they ne
has a turntable of limousines like we had to a car elevator for mitt romney. >> his guesthouse is worth $7 million. >> cenk: that's insanity. but he doesn't have enough money for health insurance for his guys. >> no. >> cenk: let's talk about that because you're our healthcare expert. break this down for me. what is he talking about with regard to obama-care and does it have validity. >> the healthcare reform classify small business and large business. small business is fewer than 50 employees and no expectation when it comes to offering healthcare to your employees. small businesses want to do it, they can get a tax credit for it, but they're not required. there is no expectation. large business is 50 or more employees, and there's actually no requirement that they offer health insurance. however, if they don't offer it, and their employee goes out to buy it on their own in the exchange, and they get a subsidy to help them afford that insurance the company has to contribute. >> cenk: what is the reasoning. >> because taxpayers are paying for that health insurance. >> cenk: if
much saying the same thing and i think that's what mitt romney picked up on and by the way, to put it in context, he was speaking to campaign donors. he was explaining look, you gave me all this money and i didn't win and one of the reasons was i couldn't overcome the entitlement society. that was my analysis as well. is that what you get tremendous amount of money flowing out of washington, into certain hands, that the hands that receive that money are not going to want it to stop. so therefore, they're going to devote, which they did, all the stats show they did, income under $30,000 overwhelmingly broke for barak obama. so i don't think the governor's analysis was wrong whereas governor jindal does think it was wrong. i think he's right on the money, mr. salesman. >> i think he lost for a couple different reasons. when the governor was talking about his agenda, it seemed like the campaign strategy was we're not going to like obama because there is 8% unemployment. barak obama gave at least a reason why to vote for him to his supporters, all be it wrong. governor romney -- >> bil
and that romney was a poopy head and you should vote against romney. he won by two points. >> bill: there it is. romney is a poopy head. >> deep, political analysis. >> i wonder if they poll tested that. i wonder how much money rove spent to test that message. >> bill: somehow i missed -- i missed -- was it during one of the debates that obama called him a poopy head? i can see obama say mitt, you're a poopy head. >> mr. poopy head dolls for mitt romney. what a clown. >> bill: it sounds like something my 4-year-old grandson mylo might say. >> grover norquist is a poopy head if anybody is. >> bill: amen to that. i'll say that. we've got a lot coming up this hour. congressman peter welsh from vermont will be joining eric and me at the half hour here to talk about the fiscal cliff negotiations coming up. and in the next hour, very exciting. we've never done this before. we're going to devote the entire hour to one very exciting program that i've been familiar with for quite awhile. very impressed by. the white house
and governor romney. 97% of small businesses are spared with a $250,000 limit in terms of tax increases. what we're talking about are people making a lot of money, lawyers and investment bankers and those who are in subchapter s corporations on who can pay more for goodness sakes. if it means moving the economy forward. it's time to take these old arguments and set them over here and talk about a new day, a new approach. that's what the election is all about. >> senator durbin, congressman price, thank you both for joining us this morning. appreciate it. >> thanks, candy. >> thank you. >>> next, he was chairman of mitt romney's hispanic steering committee, but carlos gutierrez has some tough talk for his party when it comes to immigration reform. >> if we get it wrong, shame on us. there's big news. presenting androgel 1.62%. both are used to treat men with low testosterone. androgel 1.62% is from the makers of the number one prescribed testosterone replacement therapy. it raises your testosterone levels, and... is concentrated, so you could use less gel. and with androgel 1.62%, you can save
romney to attack in may. usually with 18 years head started, able to focus on things like that. you could look at the decision that we're going to horde our money until the end. we will not allow it. and in fact, if you when you look at the romney combain, up of the moment of the first debate there hadn't been a decent moment since the price. he -- i looked into it as the abyss. in the case of chris kristy if this is one of the most dynamic leaders and popular country. so attacking chris cristy and blaming chris cristy sfr this, tarking off the table one of the solutions to the problems that we've talked about. and so chris cristy, web would be if we had another 10 cristies -- a dynamic leader realized that he had one of the toughest partisans. he took an oath to the people of the state of new york. he was there with the president of the the united states, zoing his job. he ought to be applauded for it in the republican party. it was a huge day for republicans to co that. just a hue. -- >> just so you have the opportunity four years from now to list predictions that you make and show you
romney and president obama. 97% of small businesses are spared with a $250,000 limit in terms of tax increases. what we're talking about are people making a lot of money, lawyers and investment bankers and those who are in subchapter s corporations on who can pay more for goodness sakes. if it means moving the economy forward. it's time to take these old arguments and set them over here and talk about a new day, a new approach. that's what the election was all about. >> senator durbin, congressman price, thank you both for joining us this morning. appreciate it. >> thanks, candy. >> thank you. >>> next, he was chairman of mitt romney's hispanic steering committee, but carlos gutierrez has some tough talk for his party when it comes to immigration reform. >> if we get it wrong, shame on us. ♪ [ gordon ] for some this line is a convenience. how you doing today? i'm good thanks. how are you? i'm good. [ gordon ] but for others, it's all they can afford. every day nearly nine million older americans don't have enough to eat. anything else? no, not today. join me, aarp, and aarp foundat
is give a bunch of money from the government to a group and, guess what? they'll vote for you. >> reporter: sources tell me this has been romney's argument since the moment he realized he'd lost. telling his closest circle the very next morning that america is becoming an entitled society. that some americans are asking for government to solve problems for things they can't afford. >> the giving away free stuff is a hard thing to compete with. >> reporter: and just when you thought this election was behind us, a tweet from david axelrod, the top obama strategist, saying, "still looking at america through that 47% prism. mitt tells donors the takers did him in." and diane, we learned that romney talked to bill clinton after the election. he said on that call today that clinton told him, "i thought you were going to win, then the hurricane happened." romney using the hurricane in his discussions, too, as his reasons why. >> okay, david, thank you. this is late breaking news, i know you'll be back with made in america in just a moment. >>> but now we will go overseas to the tension rising bet
more interested in making money than handouts. mitt romney made a wonderful job of his concession speech the night of the election. >> you say certain things in public. what you say in private tends to reflect your real feelings. >> you have to learn there is no private anymore. there just isn't in that size group. >> all right. sit tight. the best and worst of the week. into their work, their name on the door, and their heart into their community. small business saturday is a day to show our support. a day to shop at stores owned by our friends and neighbors. and do our part for the businesses that do so much for us. on november 24th, let's get out and shop small. >>> and there's a beautiful look at the capitol building in d.c. let's get back to the best week worst week. ladies first, susan, who's your best and worst this week? >> the worst goes to mitt romney for everything we covered in the previous segment. on top of it, he gave such a great concession speech and then to have these comments roll out makes him look really bitter and frankly, a little disappointing for the repub
people like. it isn't like voting democratically. it's like putting the money in the jukebox and out comes the money. what kind of game is he proposing here? >> well, i think the thing you need to keep in mind about governor romney is, a, he's shocked that he lost. he mentioned that on the call, too. he really can't quite get over that he lost. he really thought he was going to win. and he's a data-driven guy. so he's already sort of doing a postmortem going back -- >> this is data mining. >> -- trying to figure out what went wrong. and this is one of the things -- >> mayor, it's interesting that a money guy -- i've always noted the sort of symmetry of politics, the mutuality -- people that have a little problem wethics always kutz other pers accuse the other person of ethics problem. someone who bought everything he ever got including his highly paid staff in the campaign. everybody was happy with using money on that side. he assumes he must have been outbid. >> that's exactly what someone who thinks he can buy votes was in fact doing. this guy is a salesman, chris. he doesn't know
to move the convention back to june or july so our nominee gets picked. then can begin raising money for the general election and doesn't get outspent. >> outspent? this coming from a man who dropped $300 million? okay, but what about the conservative media coverage that falsely hyped up romney? >> the number of debates we had was jaw-dropping. most of the time we had some liberal media figure whose intention was to depict the republican party and conservatives as some kind of nut fringe group. >> that's the ticket. when in doubt, blame the liberal media. if i lost $300 million, i guess i would come up with excuses, too. >>> joining me now, host and producer of "hawk post live" and nia malika henderson from the washington post. thank you both for being here. >> thank you very much. >> great to be here. >> abby, is rove just making excuses? >> he said it. we lost because of the date of the convention. can you believe it? it's like we are watching a mental breakdown on national television with karl rove. he's right. the ground game is important. what we are seeing now is the blame game
. and they are making awfully good money. >>> president obama read a letter at his press conference yesterday from a romney voter in tennessee who urged him to make a fiscal cliff deal. that man is about to join us live. >>> plus, as we stand at the precipice of the cliff, is compromise possible? we'll ask congress jeff flake. all that up next on "kudlow." >>> welcome back to "the kudlow report." i'm larry kudlow. in this half hour, benghazi-gate rears its ugly head again today. two months after the deadly terrorist attack on our u.s. consulate in libya, lawmakers are finally briefed by intelligence, state and fbi officials. >>> call it president obama's bad medicine. my 2025 research shows the u.s. will have a full-blown doctor shortage because of obama care. >>> first up, with 46 days until the country's economy plummets off the tax and fiscal cliff, new signs tonight that democrats are digging in when it comes to raising taxes on the rich. take a listen to a letter president obama read in his first second-term press conference yesterday. >> it came from a man in tennessee who began by writing t
of the loopholes and creating a giant loophole that you can shift money in. i think the ira and if you look this isn't a shot at mitt romney but if you look at the tax return that he released, a big hunk of the way that he was manipulating things to the lower tax liability was in fact through the big ira. so i just don't think that's right. >> i think the most -- the thing to think about is at the rate structure, its 15, 25, 35 consumption. but it is the base that matters and that's where you get the important tax policy decisions. this is a broad base than we have right now and most of what we do is subsidized in the tax code which is highly inefficient so a much broader base that you can actually raise a lot of revenue and we raised too much in my view but it means something and this is what they take out of the economy. that is the right way to orient. >> the consumption tax on income as well we go about it in different ways and we don't have a progressive tax. we disagree on that. but ours is all about not taxing people for what they put into the economy, allowing people to save, incent
it best. he's a perpetually aspiring overachiever. as he faces off with romney, mr. obama has the will to win and the fear of losing is an overdrive kit you he screening for the debates against an opponent raising money in a frantic pace to narrow the gap in embracing tactics of an increasingly contentious campaign. even by the standards of political will mr. obama's expression of virtuosity and giving himself the best those close to him say it's arrogance. when mr. obama was the inseverable overachiever in the early political race his friends were infuriated but even those loyal to mr. obama say that his quest for excellence can bring him to cockiness and you overestimates his ability so what does one predicted a second term for barack obama particularly with these qualities of character? he most recently exhibited the combination of moving to the center while preaching of the class warfare targeting the wealthy with more taxes. the speaker of the house john boehner says that he backed away from an agreed compromise on raising the debt limit. an article in "the new york times
accounting, if you will, to are reduce your taxes so you're only paying 14 or 15%, remember, mitt romney who made $20 million, he was only paying effectively a tax rate of 14 or 15 because most of that money came from investment income interest, if you will, as opposed to salary which would be much higher, 35%. there are creative ways to do it but let's see in the math adds up and you make a dent on reducing the deficit. >> all right. wolf blitzer, thank you. do appreciate it. i like to give a plug to your show. tune in at 4:00 p.m. eastern today, "the situation room," only on cnn. thank you, wolf. >> thank you. >>> i have some stuff i want to bring to light. we have a couple more nuggets coming to light in the david petraeus scandal. a friend of the suddenly disgraced cia chief and former four-star general says that general petraeus never gave paula broadwell classified information and has not had affairs with any other women. and i will suggest, once again, even though the local newspaper suggests that indeed there's another person who happens to be a woman, separately this friend, who has
a bunch of money on the government to a group and guess what? they'll vote for you. >> eliot: an analysis that left romney lamenting his loss with this. >> romney: the giving away free stuff is a hard thing to compete with. >> eliot: kind of brings back memories of romney's infamous 47% video. white house press secretary jay carney disagreed with romney telling reporters and i quote "i think that the view of the american people, of the electorate and of the election is at odds with the truth of what happened last week." but romney's harshest critics have been leading republicans and as fast as romney tried to tear down bridges louisiana governor bobby jindal tried rebuilding them. >> absolutely reject that notion, that description. i think that's absolutely wrong. that is not -- i don't think that represents where we are as a party and where we're going as a party. i think that's got to be one of the most fundamental take aways from this election. >> eliot: karl rove had a different take on romney's electoral p
thing. i think that's what mitt romney -- by the way, to put into context, he was speaking to campaign donors. he was explaining look, he gave me all of this money. one of the reasons i didn't win was i couldn't overcome the entitlement society. that was my analysis as well. when you get tremendous amount of money flowing out of washington into certain hands that -- the hands receiving that money -- are not going to want it to stop. so therefore they're going to -- which they did income under $30,000 overwhelmingly broke for barack obama. >> stephanie: keep going. keep digging right eric? >> yeah. one of the things that makes no sense about that is so social security medicare, all right. some of the most money flowing out of washington. what demographic did obama not do well with at all? the 65 and older vote. so right there the whole thing collapses. senior citizens are getting probably as much money from the government as anyone. they didn't vote for barack obama. what happened to this whole -- >> steph
a bunch of money from the government to a group and guess what? they'll vote for you. >> romney even had suggestions for democrats about more free stuff to offer voters. >> what i would do if i were a democrat, running four years from now, i'd say, you know what, dental care ought to be included in obama care. immigration we can solve, but the giving away free stuff is a hard thing to compete with. >> does he not want to solve the immigration problem in this country? i hope the republicans don't change at all. mitt romney's parting shot on the national stage has left republicans scrambling. most members of the parties, you know what they did, they stuck behind mitt romney when this 47% video came out and was revealed to the public. this time, the knives are out. conservative louisiana governor bobby jindal doesn't want romney's comments to ruin the party's electoral chances. >> this is completely unhelpful. this is not where the republican party needs to go. look, we want -- if you want voters to like you, the first thing you've got to do is to like them first. and it certainly is not he
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